My brother is bringing his '95 Canadian Corrado. I want to bring my Hachi Roku for kicks.......hahaha. The '78 Audi is not insured
Here are some pictures I took.
First, pictures from the hotel i stayed the night at with some of the cars for the show.
Now onto the show, show and shine and the venue.
By the way that golf r and jetta are not stock.
That is a Noble M400
This is after the cars left, this place is huge.
Lastly, us, some other volunteers, vendors, sponsors, and various other people from the show at dinner afterwards.
On the way:
At the show:
And ran into Brian on the way home:
Nice pic sir. Thanks for almost cropping my dead dog sick ass outta the shot.Originally Posted by FrankenCar
Myself (red corrado on color matched RS's) and 9 other friends (silver mk3 gti on mercedes wheels and black bmw 525i wagon) drove down from Tacoma for this and had an amazing time. All you folks are super chill and very nice to be around. This show lands in my top 3 VW events I've ever been to (11 years worth) and I'm pretty sure we are going to make this an annual trip for us. I just wan to thank all the organizers and sponsors for making this happen. See you all again next year!
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I thought the food was expensive too, but it's really not an end all be all.
I thought Mike and the guys put on a great show, with probably one of the best venues I have EVER been to a show at.
I am sure next time, things will be more ironed out - but I am really excited for it.
I really hope the judging format is temporary because it was a first year show. Concourse style really favors newer cars!! Otherwise awesome show awesome venue very well organized thanks for brining waterwerks to Ca!!! We will see you next year!
Show was awesome, location was perfect, food was wack tho, my son and I had a great time..............didnt understand the judging, it took them a min to look over the car, but did take home a silver award.............cant wait for next year!
Last edited by Vamped; 09-04-2012 at 06:12 PM.
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The way I understood it to be was that you were judged purely against yourself. You were scored on a number of criteria (interior, paint & body, engine, etc.) and had points to gain or lose in each group. There were no actual classes in the traditional sense though. Depending on how many points total you ended up with, you would end up with either a bronze, silver or gold award. The more super-clean cars there were, the more silver & gold awards that would be handed out.